I finally decided to keep a journal of tank, hopefully i can just keep it up to date!
It is a 246L/65G corner pentagon tank which houses fish from Asia and South America.
So right now the stocking is:
- 20 guppies (most are babies)
- 4 silver angelfish
- Trio BN (with fry)
- 3 Kuhlis
- A Clown Loach
- A Buenos Aires Tetra
- A Neon Tetra
- A Platy
Yes, I know not the best stocking levels! Basically I took over the tank and had to work with what I got - besides the angels, they were my own addition!
Here is what the tank looked like when I first got it - just minus the angels...
Liking the new substrate? I just did the water bottle method
, super easy and didn't have to wash the play sand at all! However, I did leave a bit of gravel, a) for texture and b) for the bacteria...
The water levels are:
I do a 10% water change weekly from my tank water - as it has a low pH, unlike the tap/do't have to use dechlor. That is why the pictures are like blackwater, however, in person you can see it.
Any suggestions, comments and critz?
Beside stocking levels - as it is out of my control - and getting rid of the clown loach to the FS, I can't as my dad doesn't want to and would "kill me" if I did...